NEWS & EVENTS
Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA)
 
Customers should note that a precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) is being issued by the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, July 26th. This PDWA is due to anticipated issues with higher than permissible turbidity levels as well as a reduction in the taste and odour quality of the secondary source water. This PDWA will remain in effect until ongoing sampling confirms that the treated water is able to meet regulatory standards.
Sask Water would like to thank its customers in advance for their anticipated cooperation during this advisory and any questions regarding the advisory can be directed to:
Sask Water Customer Service at 1-888-230-1111 (Monday to Friday 8 am to 5 pm.)
 
[July 26th 12:01 a.m.]
Spruce Haven Park Development commences in 2016

The City of Melfort is pleased to announce the approval of a construction plan and financing for the new Spruce Haven Park Recreation Area.

 
COUNCIL


  
Melfort City Council

Back Row (l-r):  Councillor Jason Gratton, Councillor Glenn George, Manager Michael Hotsko,
                        Councillor Bob Jung and Councillor Brian Enge.
Front Row (l-r):  Councillor April Phillips, Mayor Rick Lang and Councillor Donna Ponath.

2016 Board & Committee Appointments

Council Agendas & Minutes 

Historical Council Gallery


Melfort City Council consists of a Mayor and six Councillors, elected for a term of four years. Each member of Council represents the community as a whole and all decisions of Council are by majority vote. Council is responsible for setting City policy, which is implemented and administered by the City Manager.

Agenda items, requests for delegations and correspondence for the regular Council meeting must be received by the City Clerk by 12:00 noon on the Thursday prior to the meeting.  Please note that unless it is deemed confidential by the Clerk, all correspondence and communication received by Council becomes a public document , which is made available to the media.

The function and authority of City Council is defined in The Cities Act, and other applicable legislation, and includes both duties and mandatory obligations, such as setting the annual budget and mill rate; and discretionary powers, such as control over zoning, licensing, building standards and many other city services.

The Corporation of the City of Melfort is divided into three major departments; namely Administration & Finance; Works & Utilities and Community Services.

Council Standing Committees

Legislative & Finance:  Councillor Enge, Chairman; Councillor Ponath, Member  
Community Services:  Councillor Gratton, Chairman; Councillor Phillips, Member  
Works & Utilities:  Councillor Jung, Chairman; Councillor George, Member  
   
The Mayor is an "ex-officio" voting member of each Standing Committee of Council.